Landgasthof Deutsche Eiche
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... to tradition we sat with a view of the castle and had our picnic. With a fourth person we managed to empty the basket today. Again it was lovely food, thank you to Ulrike. We walked back through the island and then caught the ferry to Damen Chiemsee Island. This is the female island on the lake (Herrenchiemsee being male). This island was much smaller than the male one. We visited the monastery and mum looked through a ...
Lufthansa flight was half hour late leaving Hong Kong. We knew there wasn't much time at Munich for our flight to Hamburg, but thought that on a 12 hour flight the time might be made up. Not to be. We landed with about 15 minutes to get through all the usual formalities for our connecting flight. Impossible!So plan B was to get the next flight to Hamburg one and a half hours later. I was ...
... the wave is actually crashing into you while you try to surf it. After buying a few German souvenirs, we headed back to the hostel. Zo and I decided to check out the supposed club, which we found to be filled with 16 year olds. The legal drinking age is 16 in Germany, so it was a bit weird for us and certainly made us feel really old! After a chat to our parents, I think we both realized how close the trip is coming to an end! Feels like just the other day we were in ...
... there's lots of people moving here as there's not much unemployment. We didn't like it that much. It's very different to Amsterdam of course. It's nice in its own way and maybe the weather put us off. The buildings are very square. The roads weren't in great condition which surprised us. There were 3 different loops to do so ...
... 2 drinks) before going to the Deutches Museum (kind of like the Power House Museum in Sydney).
It was massive, but also definitely for those super interested in science, with
not a lot of interactivity. Following this we walked through the Englischer Garden were there were people using the drain way at the river as a place to surf, despite being around 5 degrees Celsius (apparently a "heat wave" for this time of year in Munich).
For dinner we went to ...